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SaiHou

Orange Pi PC2 H5 CPU Armbian OS (Debian Stretch / Buster)

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Hello everyone,

 

I am looking for an answer regarding the Orange Pi PC2 Armbian OS is 32-bit or 64-bit version?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Best regards,

SaiHou

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9 minutes ago, guidol said:

armbian for OPi PC2 H5-CPU is 64bit (aarch64) ;)

@guidol,

Thanks for the info. Is it possible to get 32-bit Armbian for it to run on OPi PC2?

 

Regards.

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3 minutes ago, SaiHou said:

Is it possible to get 32-bit Armbian for it to run on OPi PC2?

No ! Armbian is built for native capabilties !

But why do you need it in 32 bits ? If you have a closed source application which is only available in 32 bits, you can still install required 32 bits libraries, such libc ...

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59 minutes ago, martinayotte said:

No ! Armbian is built for native capabilties !

But why do you need it in 32 bits ? If you have a closed source application which is only available in 32 bits, you can still install required 32 bits libraries, such libc ...

@martinayotte,

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

I don't know what version of OS does Raspbian Stretch / Buster is...  But for sure some application package cannot be installed in "aarch64" or "meson64" due to no such packages available. That is why I ask such "question" in this forum.

 

I have OPi PC (H3) and most what Raspbian packages can installed, the same as armbian for OPi PC also can be installed. I think I stick back to OPi PC (H3).

 

I am just beginner, so not much knowledge I have on armbian or raspbian.

 

Thanks mates.

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6 hours ago, Igor said:

 

@Igor,

 

Thanks for the info. I refer to the page you shared and follow the instructions and now it works on my Nano Pi K2 Amlogic S905. Really appreciated your support team here.

 

Best regards.

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